Visit tall towers, steep cliffs, beautiful parks and historic castles in South Zealand and on Møn
The Forest Tower at Camp Adventure is an experience like no other. The tower’s upper platform is located 135 meters above sea level, making it the highest accessible point on Zealand.
Møns Klint is a very popular destination, and it’s easy to see why! The beautiful white cliffs that rise above the sea are something special – and not just on a Danish scale, but internationally as well.
Visitor’s centre, natural phenomena, active holidays and more – all for the price of one! The GeoCentre at Møns Klint offers entertainment and education for children and adults alike!
The fort Stevnsfortet was located on the very frontline – Denmark and NATO’s secret element of defence during the Cold War. A story you may remember, but don’t really know! Visit the Cold War Museum in South Zealand.
The beautiful Rococo castle of Gavnø in South Zealand offers a fairy-tale experience for all. Visit not only the castle, but also the park, the church, the brewery and the Go Fly courses.
BonBon-Land is known by children and the young at heart all over the country, and with good reason! Approximately 60 rides have had their home in Holme-Olstrup in South Zealand for more than 27 years, and they are therefore part of many people’s childhood memories!
In the heart of Vordingborg is The Danish Castle Centre – a reminder of the medieval heyday in South Zealand – told in a new way.
Hotel Frederiksminde has been carefully and stylishly restored and today appears in the original romantic style of the late 1800s, when the hotel was built. The kitchen has been awarded a Michelin star, and the view from the restaurant is sublime!
In the middle of Zealand, you will find Faxe Limestone Quarry – a piece of Danish history that was of great importance millions of years ago!
The Camøno, also called “the kingdom’s friendliest hiking trail”, extends for over 175 km across Møn, Bogø and Nyord. Along the way, you pass through the area’s most beautiful scenery, along breathtaking coastlines through cosy little villages and past several sights.
In South Zealand, the Stevns Klint cliffs tower 41 metres above sea level and are by far the area’s best beacon for tourism. You can see visible layers of fish clay in the cliffs, testifying to one of the worst disasters in the history of the Earth.
Go to Møn or Nyord, where you can experience the “Dark Sky” phenomenon – a night sky without light pollution, allowing millions of stars to wink at you.
Welcome to Næstved Automobile, Nostalgic and Collector Museum - an experience for the entire family.3.400m2 filled with: 160 cars, 60 motorcycles and mopeds. 50 workshops and small shops from the 50...
At Torsvang Collector Museum you can experience a world of yesterdy. At the museum you can find all sorts of things from the good old day, when grandma was young.
Næstved City offers plenty of excellent shopping opportunities in a variety of charming speciality shops. Every Wednesday and Saturday, a market is held on Axeltorv Square right in the city centre, wh...
The Suså, which is the longest river of Zealand at 87 km, runs through Næstved, Faxe and Ringsted municipality.At Suså near Næstved you can sail up and down the river. Here you will be able to experie...
Welcome to Kalvehave LabyrintparkConfused or amused?You are bound to be a bit of both when you try to find the 6 checkpoints that are hidden in the dead ends of the Ivy Maze. Kalvehave Labyrintp...
In the middle of Zealand is Faxe limestone quarry - a piece of Danish history that has had great significance millions of years ago!
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